We are honored and moved by the hard work and commitment of an almost-13-year-old named Max in raising $970 so far to further Kidpower’s work in stopping bullying as his Bar Mitzvah service project!
Wednesday, March 11, 5% of all purchases at Whole Foods Porter Ranch will go to Kidpower
Want to learn how to teach ‘People Safety” skills to teens and adults of all abilities? Apply NOW for Fullpower Core Program Training
After an exceptional Kidpower instructor training program in January, we are now accepting applications for our biennial Fullpower Core Program Training: How to Use the Positive Practice Method to Teach ‘People Safety’ to Teens and Adults April 23-28, 2015 This program is primarily for people who want to become certified as Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower International […]
Reports of attempted abductions can strike terror into the hearts of parents and other caring adults. Instead, of worrying, review and practice these Kidpower Safety Strategies with your children.
The San Jose Sharks Foundation has awarded a grant to Kidpower that will help support safety workshops for children and teens together with the adults who care for them.
How and when can we let our kids go out alone in public or online – and still keep them safe? At Kidpower, we believe that the answers lie in assessing different situations and the capabilities of different children realistically, teaching them skills for avoiding trouble and getting help, and providing them with life experiences to develop their independence.